How do I contact PA LCB?

How do I contact PA LCB?

Licensing Contact If you have questions about your liquor license, application, renewal or similar topic, please contact [email protected] ​or call the Licensing Information Center at 717-783-8250.

How do I report to Plcb?

To report suspected liquor law violations call, toll-free, 1-800-932-0602.

What agency is responsible for enforcing the liquor code in PA?

The Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement was created on July 1, 1987, under Section 211 of the Liquor Code. BLCE is responsible for enforcing the Liquor Code and any regulations pursuant thereto.

Can you give away free alcohol in Pennsylvania?

Retail licensees of the PLCB are permitted, during the course of a business day, to give to or purchase for consumers one standard-size alcoholic beverage in retail licensed premises, provided the giving of the alcoholic beverage is not contingent upon the purchase of any other alcoholic beverages and is limited to one …

Can you bring liquor into Pennsylvania?

Any individual may import into Pennsylvania up to one gallon of liquor or wine free of tax and mark-up, if that liquor or wine was purchased outside the United States. 47 P.S. § 4- 491(2).

How do you report a drug anonymously?

Anyone who wants to report drug activity can contact Crime Stoppers via phone or online. A national tip line is available 24/7, and the program also operates out of local offices. Witnesses to drug crimes can make an anonymous phone call or fill out an online form.

What is the only thing that eliminates alcohol from the body?

More than 90% of alcohol is eliminated by the liver; 2-5% is excreted unchanged in urine, sweat, or breath.

Can I bring liquor into PA?

It is generally not against the law to bring alcohol into a state. Pennsylvania also had laws against bringing in alcohol from other states, but those were changed in 2015. However, anyone bringing in alcohol to another state is required to pay Pennsylvania state tax on said alcohol.

What are the benefits of working for the PLCB?

1. Stable Employment. In Pennsylvania, working in a wine shop is a state civil service job. Nothing says stability than working for the state government, even when folks like us try to [link id=”30469″ text=”abolish the PLCB”] 2. Health Care. As a state employee, you get very good health coverage. 3. Life Insurance. Sure, why not?

How old do you have to be to work for the PLCB in PA?

Applicants must take the Civil Service exam and be at least 18 years of age. When hired, you will be assigned to a specific store in the PA county of your choice, but you won’t get to choose which store (in Philly, that can mean you could end up at a store on the other side of the city, or in a rough hood).

Is the PA Liquor Control Board in contact with the Governor?

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board remains in regular contact with the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Governor’s Office during the pandemic. The health and safety of our customers and employees is our top priority, and we take our responsibility very seriously.

How often are PLCB vacancies filled each year?

Sadly, the PLCB is not a meritocracy: vacancies are filled by seniority, not competency. There are about 400 positions filled each year. About 100 of these positions are filled every year.